70% of IDP Families Returned to their Liberated Villages in Idlib Province


26-11-19 03:51:00,

Idlib liberated villages in the province’s eastern countryside are being rehabilitated by state’s workshops which helped the return of the majority of the IDPs to their homes.

Over the past 1.5 years since cleaning these villages form NATO terrorists, and despite the hardship due to the sanctions and continuous terror threats by al-Qaeda and their chief Turkish Erdogan, the public workshops are working on restoring the living conditions to the state it was prior to the US-waged War of Terror against the country.

The infrastructure was completed destroyed with Erdogan stealing power plants, and his al-Qaeda FSA terrorists destroying the roads, clinics, schools, utilities, and even the fresh drinking water networks.

Now, thanks to these state’s efforts, 70% of the displaced Syrian families have returned and returning at an average of 100 – 200 families a day to their homes in the terror-free villages in Idlib.

The following report by Saer Salim of the Lebanese al-Mayadeen news channel adds some info:

The video is also available on Bitchute: https://www.bitchute.com/video/YsXcAVWkuZaF/

The transcript of the English translation of the above report:

The countryside liberated from the Idlib governorate in Syria is witnessing several government projects to restore life to liberated areas.

About 70% of the people of the liberated villages in the eastern countryside of Idlib have returned to it during the past two years. Since then, service workshops have continued through the rehabilitation and rehabilitation of infrastructure.

The technical study was prepared for this project and we have been granted this subsidy of 110 million Syrian pounds for reconstruction with government support and with the support of the ministry and the maintenance of this project.

As part of the Government’s reconstruction plan in the liberated area of Sinjar, we have 3 projects, two projects have been implemented and the third is being executed.

Service workshops of various government sectors carry out their work in paving roads, extending water networks and lighting public utilities with alternative energy in the liberated villages, It also works to install doors and windows for damaged houses in these villages to ease the financial burden on the people and encourage the rest to return to their homes and help them to rehabilitate them.

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More Families Freed from US-SS Rukban Concentration Camp | Syria News


13-07-19 06:00:00,

Syrian refugees returning home from Lebanon, some Syrians released from Rukban concentration camp; media silent.

While the partisan, fake faction fight over usage of concentration camp persists domestically, American politicians and US media continue to ignore the US-SS Rukban concentration camp in Syria. US occupation criminals continue as illicit armed guards, dictating which Syrians may or may not be allowed their freedom.

The entire concentration camp was to have been emptied in October, but it was not until November that illicit US troops allowed entry of a humanitarian convoy. 

Since May, the criminal occupiers have begun to allow Syrian families to trickle out (though not reporting on the sporadic benevolence).

Three days ago, an undisclosed number of Syrians were given their freedom, utilizing the Jlaighem corridor in Homs countryside. They were greeted with health care provided by the Syrian Arab Red Crescent and given temporary housing. This release followed the American occupiers’ release of tens of Syrian families on 3 July.

In addition to the release of Syrians from US captivity in Rukban concentration camp, busloads of Syrian refugees returned home from Lebanon, via the al Zamrani, Jdeidet Yabous, and al Dabbousyia crossings.

At this writing, the United Nations appears to be too occupied with propaganda in support of strategic depopulation to comment on these good stories. In the past, members of this organization attempted to convince Syrian refugees to not return home.

un and merc msm tyring to strat depopulate syria

un-mafiosiThe Independent lets some cats out of the bag

We do not anticipate any ‘conservative,’ ‘liberal,’ or ‘neutral’ US medium to report on the US-SS illegal occupation of the Rukban concentration camp.

Miri Wood

NB: Here is what some temporary housing for Syrian IDPs and returning refugees looks like:

temporary shelter in harjalehTemporary shelter in Harjaleh for Syrians forced to flee their homes by west funded terrorists.

temporary shelterSyrian government providing temporary housing for our internal refugees.

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Families of MK Ultra Victims File Lawsuit… | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

Families of MK Ultra Victims File Lawsuit… | Light On Conspiracies – Revealing the Agenda

31-05-18 06:57:00,

By John Vibes

Most of the government mind control programs that exist are kept secret, but over the years there is one that managed to draw the attention of the public. That program was a government project called “MK Ultra,” a CIA operation that involved extreme methods of mind control that were tested on US and Canadian citizens. The projects began in the 1940s and ran until the 1970s when the details of the experiments were exposed because victims began speaking out about the conditions that they were subjected to.

There were 150 “sub-projects” within the MKU program, many involved advanced brainwashing techniques using psychological drugs, sensory deprivation and electroshock therapy.

A new class-action lawsuit was filed by families and survivors of MK Ultra experiments in Canada this week, since the controversial mind control experiments were also conducted there, as well as in the United States. The experiments were overseen by Dr. Donald Ewen Cameron, the first Chairman of the World Psychiatric Association, and president of both American and Canadian psychiatric associations.

SHADOW OF TEARS by Ole Dammegard

What happened in Iran changed his life. His entire world, his viewpoints and values were turned upside down and the emotional turbulence he experienced tore down his inner walls leaving him naked and vulnerable – like an open wound. After a tragic murder, the situation became unbearale for one of his Iranian friends, so he ventured everything to help him get away and together the mad a dramatic escape from Iran via former Soviet and East Germany in a desperate attempt to reach Sweden. This book is a true and emotional description of real people in improbable world full of conflicts. It opens doors and spreads light on another Iran, its people and also, not least, the political and social conditions in the country. It is permeated by passion and tension as well as human ideals such as non-violence, tolerance and love.

To preview the book click on the thumbnail below: 

The plaintiffs in the lawsuit were all involved in experiments at the Allan Memorial Institute of McGill University, but similar experiments took place in dozens of other locations across the U.S. and Canada. In most cases, test subjects were unknowingly entered into these dangerous studies after they reported common psychological problems like depression,

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